Whats Looking Good In September

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      26612137-1D28-4F13-924C-A409FD0F72BE.jpeg Pennisetum R. Fireworks.....late into flower from divisions in spring. Will be more floriferous in coming weeks
       
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        Astrantia Roma still flowering.
         
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          What's looking good in my garden???? Absolutely nothing coz Ive dug all the borders up so a nice man can come round (for a price) and dig in loads and loads of manure. Ive put everything in pots and cut it all down so it will live or it wont. Not sure yet what I'll overwinter in the pots or put back in the ground. I need a plan this time rather than the randomness of before.
           
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            Some Fuchsias ...

            'Preston Guild' :-

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            'Rose of Denmark' :-

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            'Ocean Beach' :-

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            'Maetsukier' :-

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            'Swingtime' :-

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            'Casper Hauser' :-

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            'Anne Hoogendam' :-

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            'Hulshorst Longhorn' :-

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            'Paula Jane' :-

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            'Anabel' :-

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              Brilliant fuchsias there Michael :)
               
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                Thank you @Verdun I have lots of them but most don't seem as good this year as usual.
                 
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                  OH, MY Goodness I can actually upload on here.
                   
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                    What's the plant with the pink flowers and the big flat green leaves in your first photo @redstar ? It's really eye-catching.
                     
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                      @2nd_bassoon , hardy begonia. they will pop babies all year. so if you mulch, you can't in their area. and have to look for babies when you weed in the summer. If you do all that you will have some extra coming up every year.
                       
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                        Tulbaghia "Silver Eye"
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                        Sunflower
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                          Tigridia Pavonia

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                          Really late this year, usually in flower June/July.
                           
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                            Clerodendrum still looking good.
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                            Nemesia Banana Swirl.
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                            Hosta Purple Heart, first flowers and at the same time as the first Nerine buds are coming up!
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                              8AE3BF0F-1E78-4716-B99E-DE9428FD0076.jpeg A. Indian Summer
                               
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